Google has launched the Pixel C in September 2015. It is a tablet with an amazing 10.2-inch display and resolution of 1800p. Moreover, it provides stunning display resolution of 308ppi pixel density. This is arguably a very nice tablet with killer specs seldom found in most devices.
As the company has been specializing in Internet-related products and services, it owns the operating system known as Android. With a superior combination of hardware and software technology, Google has indeed created one of the most anticipated products in the market to date.
Here are some exciting features of the Pixel C.
If you want a huge screen in a mobile device, you should never go wrong with the Pixel C because it has a 10.2-inch screen to top it all. Likewise, it has a very vivid resolution of 2560 x 1800pixels and 308ppi pixel density that can’t be found in many Android tablet in this category. Thus, there is absolutely no reason that you can’t love this device, because it has almost everything that a user of Android devices can ask about.
The downside of this tablet is the absence of cellular connectivity and external memory card slot. Perhaps users will have to compromise with this gadget with superb performance. Hence, the lack of SIM slot shouldn’t be a bad experience after all. In fact, there are quite a number of high-end devices without cellular connectivity. However, it can connect via Wi-Fi, so it should be a great deal for tablet lovers out there.
Fortunately, it has an optional keyboard that can be used when dealing with typing jobs. This tablet can be attached to the keyboard via a magnetic hinge. At the same time, it can be attached at the back or front of the tablet for storage. The connection between the tablet and keyboard is done via Bluetooth which is powered by a battery. When the keyboard is attached to the front of the device, the tablet itself will charge it.
The Google Pixel C has an octa-core NVidia Tegra X1 system-on-a-chip processor, based on the big.LITTLE architecture of ARM. Four of the cores work faster, while the other four work to be a bit slower but more efficient in terms of power. Likewise, it has a 3GB RAM with models coming with 32GB and 64GB of internal storage to begin with. This is perfect for gamers who love to get busy every now and then. Most of all, it is already packed with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, so there is certainly no reason to panic in terms of software updates because it can be upgradable to Android 7.0 Nougat.
The Pixel C has a front-facing camera at 2MP, while a rear-facing camera is also available at 8MP resolution. This should come complete with features such as image editing tools and the like.
Finally, not all devices come this close to what the Google Pixel C has in terms of performance and productivity. In fact, only a few models come with these features but should also come at a price.
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